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79757 lights I purchased 7 ceiling fans. Each ceiling fan has 4 lights on it. On 3 of the 7, there is one light that doesnt work at all. I have tried replacing light bulbs and that is not the problem. I still dont have lights. I dont know what else could be wrong with it. Please help!!

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It might not be the bulb but the socket (If you have incandescent sockets). Inside each socket there is a piece of metal that the bulb connects with. Check to see if it is flattened out. Turn the power off then get a flat head screwdriver and pry that piece of metal back outward. Turn the power back on and screw the bulb in slowly till the bulb lights.

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